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I totally read that as "Telepathy Startup".
Someone from Microsoft probably performed a few 'favors' for someone from Delta...
Can be likened to that terrible M. Night Shyamalan movie where people are killing themselves for no reason. (Spoiler: Something to do with the trees if I remember right...) I just see Microsoft jumping off a cliff, followed by the Gnome developers. Who will go crazy next?
Just... what a frickin moron.
Okay, did anyone else think of the one or two episodes where Data was trying to be funny and do stand-up? This story reminded me of that. So did the jokes.
Yes, exactly, I was just about to type all of this out. lol.... Exactly what popped into my head.
I was almost unable to sleep last night with excitement.
So, crazy, excited.
Still, there would be something to be said for waiting till the regeneration sequence... though in this day and age it would be very tough to like Doctor Who and not find out via some means beforehand.
This is wrong on so many levels.
I recently switched from an iPhone 5 to a Galaxy S4. The one thing I really miss is the Apple power adapter. I'd pay the money to have a few of them laying around because of their convenience.
On the flipside, I am thinking about going inductive for charging on the S4... who even needs a cable?
Is to not try to keep 1TB of crap on a laptop... or anywhere for that matter. Travel light says me
The continuous power recommendation above is probably your best bet.
Enterprise level gear is good stuff, but it can fail as well, part of what makes it enterprise is the service agreements and rapid replacement you can get on them. Really for a small network that would be a waste of money.
Would you buy a tractor-trailer rig to get stuff from a lumber yard occasionally when a pickup truck would suffice? Just keep said pickup truck well maintained and it should be fulfill your needs and be less expensive than the corporate solution.
I realize that was kind of a stretch but hopefully it helps to illustrate the point.
How I wish this was hard to believe.
The world continues as it is, because of differing opinions... think of how boring it would be if we all agreed on everything.